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To make way for Wordsworth himself, as well as for Adam Mickiewicz and Anton Delvig, Pushkin omits the names of Tasso, Spenser, and Milton.
Wolff, 47, 359) (8) With the omission of Tasso, Spenser, and Milton, Pushkin finds room "Within the Sonnet's scanty plot of ground" to honour, along with Wordsworth, two other distinguished contemporary sonneteers, both Slavs: Adam Mickiewicz, a Pole, and Anton Delvig, a Russian.
Three of them appeared in Severnye Tsvety (Struve, 107), an almanac published by Pushkin's closest school friend, Anton Delvig, the last of the three great contemporary sonneteers named in Pushkin's "Stern Dante.